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http://www.xoxide.com/amdatxp13826.html Amd Xp1700+ the overclocker Juihb or w/e its the one on sale $65 dolla dont get a xp2500 for 80-90 get this YAY MINE IS ON THE WAY. and if you got a better or already got this one dont make fun of me or tell me that im dumb i wanna be happy with my new cpu.

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:withstupid: why would you buy a cpu from xoxide in the first place. the only stuff i buy is moddin and cooling supplys. And guss what my 2500+ clocks to 1.83 ghz still kills yours with the add 512 of L2 its a monster. You should of spent the extra money for the 2500+ your gunna be hugely dissapointed.

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And guss what my 2500+ clocks to 1.83 ghz still kills yours with the add 512 of L2 its a monster.

Actually the extra L2 cache doesn't make a huge difference for most applications. If he can get that 1700 up to at least 2.2ghz it will definitely be worth while.

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youd pay more at places like svc or excalibur or xoxide because they gaurentee that youll get the stepping code that you need, otherwise its just the luck of the draw as to which stepping code youll get. and the stepping code is really all that matters.

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youd pay more at places like svc or excalibur or xoxide because they gaurentee that youll get the stepping code that you need, otherwise its just the luck of the draw as to which stepping code youll get. and the stepping code is really all that matters.

That's entirely true. Not only is it the luck of the draw at newegg, but it's almost impossible you will get one with that magical stepping.

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jeez, I can go to one of the local shops (skytech) and pick up oem 1700's for $34 each. the other nice part is I can hand pick them because they just hand you the tray to pick the victim :) not to mention for $1 more you get 1 year replacement on an OEM cpu there

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and for anyone that is curious about what all the letters and numbers stand for, this will explain what it all means.

http://www.amdboard.com/amdid.html

 

and for stepping, this place has some good info you might want to check out.

http://forums.extremeoverclocking.com/show...20&pagenumber=1

 

the barton stepping aren't all covered yet here. there are also some sites that are asking people to post their Barton ocs, OPN, stepping and yr/week so if any of you would like to share your info/results please do so on one of the Barton Stepping threads.

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